Cell, Molecular & Developmental Biology Web Site
Beginning with admission in 2015, students entering the Cell, Molecular & Developmental Biology (CMDB) program will benefit from an integrated approach to training that draws on prior experience from three strong graduate programs: Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Physiology and the former CMDB program. These programs have fused to become a new CMDB program focused on clinically-relevant biomedical research.
Following a highly successful integrated and interdisciplinary first-year training experience formerly known as the Integrated Studies Program, students will then select one of four areas in which to specialize:
- Structural and Chemical Biology
- Developmental & Regenerative Biology
- Cancer Biology
- Molecular & Cellular Medicine
Students in the new CMDB program will become specialists, but also be prepared to perform interdisciplinary research through exposure to other students, post-doctoral scholars and faculty who have diverse research interests and experimental approaches. The program takes advantage of the strengths of the remarkable training environment at the Tufts Health Sciences Campus including the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, School of Medicine, School of Nutrition, and Tufts Medical Center. Faculty in the Program also reside at the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering, and the Maine Medical Center Research Institute.